Infatuated with a woman last October. Completely taken by her. Felt lovesick because she wasn’t interested or not ready or something. Woman had been married for half a decade (since she was 18-years-old). Had been recently divorced before I met her.
She was everything nice. She’s pretty, smart, and considerate. And of course, I noticed something in her that other guys might not, she’s hot. Surprised that no other men were trying to pursue her. (none that I’m aware of anyway).
We’re good friends, however.
She told me one thing that caught my attention.
“men don’t impress me much.”
Told her that it reminded me of the Shania Twain song, “that don’t impress me much.” She laughed and sang a verse or two.
Big mistake. Didn’t ask her, “what kind of a man would impress you?”
What does that comment mean?
Got to figure this one out. Want to be the kind of man who’d impress a woman like her.
Been on a request since then to figure out what makes a good man and how to become one. Could ask her.
My ideas on being a man include: being mature, responsible, good-spirited, a provider, protector, lover, friend, and good-person. Opposed to being immature, irresponsible, whiney, abuser, user, and a not-so-good-person.
The law of attraction is always at work. What one thinks about he brings about. Seek and you shall find.
Discovered a FREE e-book today. It’s called, “The art of manliness: guide to being a gentleman. Published by Brett (the editor of the art of manliness) web-site in 2008. Author gives permission to share his e-book with others.
So, here is a link where you can download it:
New goal. Will be a man and just ask her straight out, “what are the qualities of a good man, the kind who’d really impress you.”
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